Revit Structure 2013 Training

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Autodesk® Revit® Structure 2013 Training Course

This comprehensive, full-featured Autodesk Revit training course covers beginner to advanced concepts, and everything in between, for Autodesk's Revit Structure 2013 with 370 individual video tutorials spanning over 29 hours of instructor-led training.

New users of Autodesk Revit will become familiar with the interface, tools, project options, modeling, and many other basic features. Experienced users will discover techniques to increase productivity and streamline your everyday tasks. This Autodesk Revit Structure CBT course has everything you need to fully and efficiently utilize the 2013 release for performing structural design and analysis; as well as managing projects, advanced modeling, design analysis and collaboration.

As a flexible CAD training solution, you can sort the lessons and progress from beginner to advanced topics; or just review seldom used commands and added functionality of new releases.

Features & Benefits of Revit Structure 2013 Training CBT:

  • Use at Your Office or at Home
    Training software can be installed on a PC or laptop.
  • Powerful Keyword Search
    Quickly locate relevant lessons or reference seldom used commands.
  • Sort Lessons By Skill Level
    Work your way from Beginner to Advanced level topics.
  • Exercise Files
    Make the most of your learning experience by opening the included exercise files directly in your own software (if you own a copy of the AutoCAD software) while following along with the instructor-led video tutorials; this training does not come with the AutoCAD software.
  • Intelligent History
    Track the lessons you’ve completed or restart a lesson exactly where you left off.
  • Multimedia DVD based Training
    With DVD based training, the lectures were video taped and then digitized and presented to you in Full Motion Video, Audio, & Graphics.

Revit Structure 2013 Training

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Course Outline - Autodesk Revit Structure 2013 Training Series:

(370 Individual Video Lessons - 29 Hours of Instructor-Led Training)

Getting Started

Introduction to Autodesk Revit Structure 2013
Starting Revit
Starting Revit For the First Time
Opening a Project File
Identifying the User Interface Components
Understanding the Ribbon
Understanding the Quick Access Toolbar
Understanding the Options Bar
Understanding the Application Menu
Understanding the InfoCenter Toolbar
Understanding the Project Browser
Understanding the Properties Palette
Understanding the Type Selector
Understanding the Status Bar
Understanding the Drawing Area
Understanding View Controls
Understanding the Navigation Bar
Understanding the ViewCube
Understanding the SteeringWheels
Understanding the Options Dialog
Understanding the Units and Snaps
Starting a New Project from Recent Files
Starting a New Project from the Application Menu
Using the Mouse
Using the Keyboard
Managing Windows
Saving and Closing Files
Closing the Application
Using the Revit App Store

Modeling Essentials

Understanding Modeling with Revit
Understanding Model Objects
Understanding Sketch-Based Objects
Understanding Project Datum
Creating and Modifying Levels
Creating and Modifying Grids
Controlling Datum Visibility
Limiting Visibility of Datum Using Scope Boxes
Setting and Showing the Active Work Plane
Creating Reference Planes
Modeling Accurately with Length and Angle Snap Increments
Working with Object Snaps
Using Visualization Aids When Working in 3D Views

Walls - An In-Depth Look

Understanding Wall Drawing Aids
Understanding Wall System Families and Types
Creating Structural Walls
Creating Walls by Picking Lines
Creating a Wall by Face
Understanding Wall Properties
Changing the Wall Type as Your Design Evolves
Creating a Stacked Wall
Modifying Wall Profiles
Creating a Wall Opening
Introducing Wall Layer Functions
Customizing the Base and Top Extension of Walls
Modifying Walls by Attach Top or Base
Adjusting and Aligning Model Patterns
Customizing Vertical Wall Structure by Adding Sweeps
Customizing Vertical Wall Structure by Adding Reveals
Creating In-Place Wall Sweeps
Creating In-Place Reveals

Building Structure

Managing Structural Symbolic Representation Settings
Creating Structural Columns
Adding Slanted Columns
Creating Isolated Foundations
Creating Wall Foundations
Creating Stepped Foundations
Creating Foundation Slabs
Creating Floors
Modifying Floor Properties
Modifying Floor Slope
Creating Floor Openings
Creating Slab Edges
Creating a Roof by Footprint
Creating a Roof by Extrusion
Understanding Structural Beam Types
Creating Beams
Understanding the Beam Properties
Sloping Beams Using 3D Snapping
Sloping Beams by Setting to a Workplane
Beam Joins and Coping
Creating Openings in Beams
Creating Beam Systems
Creating Structural Braces
Creating Trusses
Placing Rebar
Placing Area and Path Reinforcement
Placing Fabric Reinforcement
Tagging Reinforcement
Customizing Rebar Cover
Customizing Rebar Abbreviations

Construction Modeling

Understanding Construction Modeling
Creating Parts
Controlling the Visibility of Parts
Dividing Parts
Dividing Parts with Gaps and Profiles
Merging and Excluding Parts
Scheduling Parts
Understating Wall Joins and Parts
Creating Parts from Linked Models
Creating Assemblies
Creating Assembly Views
Modifying Assembly Views

Components and Families

Understanding Families
Placing Components from the Project Browser
Loading Families and Using Type Catalogs
Finding Components Using Autodesk Seek
Editing Component Families Within a Project

Basic Modify and Reporting Tools

Selecting Objects
Saving Selection Sets
Copying and Moving Objects
Rotating Objects
Creating Linear Arrays
Creating Radial Arrays
Scaling Objects
Mirroring Objects
Flipping Objects
Using the Clipboard for Copy and Paste
Splitting Objects
Creating Elements Consistently with Match Type and Create Similar
Aligning Objects
Trimming and Extending Objects
Offsetting Objects
Pinning Objects in Place
Deleting Objects
Measuring versus Dimensioning Objects
Understanding Element IDs
Understanding and Reviewing Warning Messages
Reporting and Displaying Coordinates

Views and Sheets

Creating Plan Views
Creating a Plan Region
Creating Building Elevation Views
Creating Framing Elevation Views
Changing the Elevation Symbol
Creating a Section View
Segmenting a Section View
Creating Callout Views
Creating Drafting Views
Creating a Reference View
Understanding View Discipline
Duplicating Views
Creating Match Lines and View References
Creating Additional View References
Creating and Using Sheets
Aligning Views on Sheets with a Guide Grid
Placing Schedules on Sheets
Using a Sheet List and Placeholder Sheets
Creating a Custom TitleBlock
Creating a Key Plan
Managing Sheet Issues and Revisions
Creating Revision Clouds and Tags
Adding a Revision Schedule to a Titleblock
Creating Supplemental Drawings
Working with Viewports on Sheets
Inserting Views from File
Inserting 2D Elements from File

View Graphics

Working with Visual Styles
Understanding Scale and Detail Level
Understanding Plan View Range
Understanding View Templates
Creating View Templates
Applying and Assigning View Templates
Creating View Types
Understanding Object Styles
Understanding Visibility Graphics Overrides
Creating Element and Category Graphics Overrides in Views
Creating Filter Overrides in Views
Understanding Temporary Hide or Isolate and Viewing Hidden Elements
Understanding Crop Regions
Understanding Annotation Crop Regions
Configuring System Family Coarse Scale Cut Patterns

Dimensions and Constraints

Understanding Dimensions and Constraints
Using Temporary Dimensions
Modifying Temporary Dimension Settings
Working with Permanent Dimensions
Modifying Dimensions
Overriding Dimension Text
Creating and Modifying Dimension Styles
Locking Dimensions
Controlling Dimensions Using Equality Constraints
Controlling Dimension Units
Dimensioning Entire Walls
Working with Spot Elevations
Working with Spot Coordinates
Working with Spot Slopes

Design Analysis

Introducing the Analytical model
Controlling the Analytical Model Visibility Settings
Modifying the Analytical Model Properties
Adjusting the Analytical Model
Analytical Structural Settings
Running Analytical Model Checks
Creating Loads

Schedules and Tags

Understanding Schedules and tags
Placing Element Tags
Tagging Beams
Working with Material Tags
Creating a Schedule and Specifying Fields
Modifying Schedules with Filters
Modifying Schedules with Sorting and Grouping
Modifying Schedule Formatting
Modifying Schedule Appearance
Working with Material Takeoff Schedules
Working with Calculated Values in Schedules
Working with Graphical Column Schedules
Creating and Managing a View List
Importing and Exporting Schedule Views


Working with Text Annotation
Using Keyboard Controls and Adding Symbols to Text
Checking Spelling in a View
Finding and Replacing Text
Modifying Text Type Properties
Creating Keynotes
Modifying Keynotes and Keynote Settings
Creating a Keynote Legend
Working with Symbols and Note Blocks
Working with Legends
Managing Arrowheads
Placing the Span Direction Symbol

Printing and Publishing

Understanding Printing and Publishing
Printing and Managing Print Settings
Printing to PDF
Publishing Files to Buzzsaw


Introducing Worksharing Concepts
Understanding Worksharing Terminology
Enabling Worksharing in a Project File
Creating the Central Model
Creating a Local Model
Creating Worksets
Understanding Workset Visibility
Understanding How Central and Local Files Communicate
Closing a Workshared Project
Understanding Editing Requests
Understanding the Active Workset
Understanding Worksharing Display Modes
Specifying Open Worksets
Managing Worksets in Linked Revit Files
Working Offline and Editing at Risk
Viewing the Workshared Project History
Rolling Back Workshared Projects
Detaching a File From Central

Leveraging Other Files

Importing and Managing Image Files
Linking Revit Files
Linking and Importing CAD Files
Managing Linked Files
Using CAD Files to Create Building Model Objects
Working with Autodesk Exchange Files
Controlling Line Weights of Imported CAD Files
Controlling the Display of Elements in Linked Project Files
Scheduling Elements from Linked Project Files
Understanding Shared Coordinates
Tagging Elements in a Linked Model
Working with Point Clouds
Exporting to DWF
Working with DWF Markups
Exporting to 2D CAD Formats
Exporting to 3D CAD
Exporting and Importing IFC Format Information
Exporting Family Types
Exporting Views to Image Files

Creating Stairs by Component

Creating Landing Components
Creating Support Components
Creating Stair Components by Sketching
Modifying Stair Components
Customizing Stair Documentation
Understanding Stair by Component Properties
Creating Stairs by Sketching the Run
Modifying Sketched Stairs
Understanding Stair by Sketch Properties
Sketching Stairs with Landings
Creating Stairs by Sketching Boundaries and Riser Lines
Creating Spiral Stairs
Creating Multi-Story Stairs and Shafts
Creating Ramps
Placing Railings on a Host
Creating Railings by Sketch
Modifying Railings
Understanding Railing Properties

Advanced Modeling

Introducing the In-Place Modeling Tools
Creating Solid Extrusions and Blends as an In-Place Component
Creating Solid Revolves as an In-Place Component
Creating Solid Sweeps and Swept Blends as an In-Place Component
Creating Void Forms as an In-Place Component
Creating Complex Forms with Cut and Joined Geometry
Splitting the Face of an Element
Applying Materials as Paint
Creating Model Text and Model Lines

Managing Your Projects

Managing Project Information
Specifying the Location, Weather and Site
Creating and Using Project Parameters
Managing Project Browser View Organization
Using Parameters and Filters for Browser Organization
Managing Project Browser Sheet Organization
Working with Coordinate Systems
Relocating a Project
Rotating True North and Project North
Mirroring a Project
Understanding Project Template Files
Transferring Project Standards
Deleting Unused Items from a Project
Setting the Starting View

Managing Settings

Understanding Model and Drafting Patterns
Managing Fill Patterns
Managing Materials and Material Libraries
Managing Material Properties and Material Assets
Managing Line Styles
Managing Line Weights
Managing Line Patterns
Managing Halftone and Underlay Settings

Managing Application Settings

Managing User Interface Components
Managing File and Template Locations
Managing the Places List
Customizing the User Interface
Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
Understanding Temporary Display Settings


Introducing Groups
Creating a Model Group
Creating and Managing Model Groups and Attached Detail Groups
Creating Detail Groups
Editing Groups
Excluding Elements from Groups
Converting Groups to Links
Saving and Loading Groups

Drafting and Detailing

Understanding Detailing
Loading and Placing Detail Components
Placing Repeating Details
Creating a Repeating Detail
Creating Detail Lines
Showing Hidden Lines in a Detail View
Modifying the Cut Profile of Model Elements
Overriding Linework in a View
Creating Filled Regions
Creating Masking Regions
Creating Batt Insulation
Placing Annotations in Detail Views
Leveraging Detail Groups
Saving Detail Views to a File
Inserting Views and 2D Elements from a File


Monitoring and Coordinating Changes Within a Single Project
Using Copy/Monitor in a Single Project
Using Copy/Monitor with Linked Projects
Performing a Coordination Review with Linked Projects
Checking For Interferences


Introducing Phases
Understanding Phases
Managing Phases
Assigning Phases and Phase Filters to Views
Understanding Phase Filters and Graphic Overrides
Demolishing Elements
Setting Up Phases in Project Templates

Design Options

Introducing Design Options
Working with Design Options and Option Sets
Editing Design OptionsDuplicating and Deleting Design Options
Creating Design Option Views
Understanding the Impact of Design Options on Documentation
Promoting and Accepting Design Options

Presentation Views

Creating 3D Views
Understanding 3D View Properties
Specifying the Background for a 3D View
Rotating a 3D View
Using Section Boxes in 3D Views
Creating a Perspective 3D View
Modifying the Perspective Camera Position
Setting a 3D View Home and Front Orientation
Orienting 3D Views to Other Views
Locking the Orientation of a 3D View
Creating Decals
Managing Decal Types
Managing Photographic Exposure
Managing Shadows

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Product Details
  • Part#: fd-revstr13
  • Contents: 2 DVD-ROMs
  • Economy Shipping: Allow 4-7 business days for delivery*
Payment Options
  • Order securely online or call 1-888-797-4040 (301-589-3349)
  • All major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover)
  • PayPal: Pay online quickly with your PayPal account
  • Company PO's accepted (Net 30); Call for multi-user license
  • *No tax except for Maryland (USA) residents.
System Requirements
  • 1 GHz Processor (minimum)
  • DVD-ROM Drive (Does not play on TV DVD players)
  • 512 MB RAM
  • Sound Card
  • Available Hard Disk Space 500 MB
  • 1024x768 Screen Resolution & 32 bit true color display required
  • Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
  • Adobe® Flash® Plugin
  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8
  • NOT COMPATIBLE with with Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0, ME, or MAC OS X.

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